Answered By: Business Information Services Last Updated: Jun 12, 2017 Views: 18
Answered By: Business Information Services
Last Updated: Jun 12, 2017 Views: 18
- The Census Bureau's Current Population Survey seeks to provide a monthly snapshot of the United States' population, and the labor force in particular. The survey tracks a number of measures that could be considered indicators of income inequality or poverty.
- The Census Bureau also hosts this page of information about poverty.
- To compare income and other statistics among different geographic areas, use SimplyMap to create a table or map. The variables available for comparison in SimplyMap include census data by income and employment. Data can be shown by state, county, city, census tract, or census block-group.
- The Bureau of Labor Statistics' overview of pay and benefits features comparisons of income an employment by geographic area, occupation, demographics, and industry.
Federal Poverty Line: